The Pet Emergency Clinic (PEC) was established in 1977 to provide emergency and critical care during evenings, weekends, and holidays when many other regular veterinary clinics are typically closed.
Does your pet need emergency care?
Here are some typical situations and answers to common questions that necessitate a call or visit to PEC:
- My pet ate rat poison, chocolate, pills, or fill-in-the-blank
- My pet has difficult or labored breathing
- My pet has had trauma (hit by car, lacerations, etc.) …
- Read more: Is it an emergency?
Contact us at 509-326-6670
Monday through Friday: 5:00 pm to 8:00 am
Weekends: 5:00 pm Friday to 8:00 am Monday
Holidays: open 24 hours
Volunteer Canine Blood Donors Wanted
Like humans, our canine companions have urgent needs for transfusion products. Blood is a life-saving product used for patients suffering from anemia or blood loss. A single blood donation can be used to save many lives because the blood is processed into both red blood cells and plasma.